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Faith loses her parents and almost loses her life but Gideon saves her Can they make a new life for themselves in a changed and v I don t even Just no There were no typos I just feel like I got hit in the head with a mistranslated bible This was everything I don t like about religious fiction trying to be cool but twisted into erotica Seriously wtf

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The End of Everything

Iolent world Or will the End Times rip them apart If you enjoy The Walking Dead you'll love this steamy zombie apocalypse romance This book was ok It was a short read

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WHEN EVERYTHING ENDS ONLY LOVE REMAINS The dead are not staying dead They’re rising and attacking the living Eighteen year old I felt that the character was too naive and the parent s too stereotypical for Southern Christians The only somewhat decent character was the male leadlust interest I say somewhat because near the end he kept throwing that whole singuilty conscienceGod s gonna punish us for doing the nasty thing Maybe my dislike is because I m an Atheist and when ever someone blames the worlds problems on something as trivial as two consenting adults getting it on I just want to roll my eyes I also didn t like the character s overuse of the word like Makes us Tennesseans look bad


8 thoughts on “The End of Everything

  1. says:

    The first part in what appears to be a serialized story about young love in the zombie apocalypse Born Again Christian style Yup nothing like a religious hang up or two to blame on the zombies Add some taboo monkey sex and this book has the potential to be one hot mess Too short to tell here however

  2. says:

    I felt that the character was too naive and the parent's too stereotypical for Southern Christians The only somewhat decent character was the male leadlust interest I say somewhat because near the end he kept throwing that whole singuilty cons

  3. says:

    I'd give this 35 starsShort and sweet for the most part this was an interesting read The number of typos and times the author slipped between pastpresent tense was a little ridiculous considering how short the story was but my biggest complaint was the repetition in the main character's dialog I also felt there were a few things off about the MC's personality She was raised in a conservative Christian home by fanatical parents was

  4. says:

    I don't even Just no There were no typos I just feel like I got hit in the head with a mistranslated bible This was everything I don't like about religious fiction trying to be cool but twisted into erotica Seriously wtf

  5. says:

    It's my two favorite genre's combined what's not to love I just wish it was in depth It would make a great full length novel Also it needed a little editing but not too bad

  6. says:

    This book was ok It was a short read

  7. says:

    Great Story LineThis has a great story line I wish the book was longer but what do you expect from a free story

  8. says:

    Kept me thinkingI thought IS was a good book about the life ing dead butto much demand the over tone became co prOnfusing

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